Turnbull government MP Stuart Robert has close ties to an African church that supports harsh anti-gay laws and is run by a man described as "one of the most homophobic people in the world".
Tom Decent The Wallabies have once again come up empty-handed in South Africa after they left too many points out on the park in their 18-10 loss to the Springboks on Saturday.
Larissa Nicholson On a feel-good day for Bulldogs supporters this was a moment to crown them all.
Adam Gartrell Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's army of spin doctors and communications staff is costing taxpayers more than $8 million a year.
Adrian Proszenko If Mal Meninga and David Kidwell are reading this, you will want to get in early if they want to secure the services of Suliasi Vunivalu.
Julie Power Drownings in pools and by visiting overseas backpackers may make headlines, but a 10-year study reveals the biggest killer is rivers, accounting for nearly 27 per cent of all deaths by drowning.
Nick Miller When Araceli's husband told her the couple would not accept a dinner invitation, she was angry. But her husband was no average inattentive spouse – as is made clear in his newly declassified MI5 file.
Rohan Connolly Western Bulldogs breaking of a 62-year premiership drought is like some sort of fantasy. But how they won it should enter football folklore as well.
Michael Chammas The day after being forced to endure endless replays of the tackle that paralysed Alex McKinnon, Jordan McLean fell further into the abyss when his brother was sent to prison for a one-punch attack.
Nothing brings out the sunshine in the viewers' hearts like the fabled AFL Grand Final entertainment. Said nobody ever that wasn't an AFL executive, or Meat Loaf's bank manager, but still, you never know your luck.
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